Cyprus, Paphos


Our office in Paphos supports expatriates across the Republic of Cyprus. Whether you live in Paphos, Limassol, Larnaca or Nicosia districts, we can advise you on personal investment portfolios, pension options and solutions for Cyprus, estate planning and trusts. Our specialist advisers can also help you weigh up the benefits of being resident in Cyprus.

Blevin Franks Paphos

Blevins Franks Wealth Management Ltd
2nd Floor, Hadjidemosthenous Centre
Tassou Papadopoulou Avenue, 179
8025 Paphos

call +357 26 023 100

Nick Cairns
Paphos • Cyprus

call +357 26 023 100

Lou Cunningham
Private Client Manager
Paphos • Cyprus

call +357 26 023 100

Our Guide to Taxes in Cyprus

Get answers to key tax questions for UK nationals moving to Cyprus or buying Cypriot property with our free download guide.

What makes you tax resident? How much tax will you pay on investments, pensions and rental income? Will you have to pay capital gains tax or inheritance taxes? Do you need a Cypriot will? Also find out what you need to know about Cyprus defence contributions.

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The Blevins Franks Guide to Living in Cyprus

Our Living in Cyprus book outlines the key tax and financial information you need to know to make your life abroad as tax-efficient as possible:

  • Buying property in Cyprus
  • Residency and shedding UK domicile
  • Cyprus and UK taxes on income, investments, inheritance, gifts, wealth and capital gains
  • The tax treatment of UK pensions and transfer options
  • Avoiding UK capital gains tax and inheritance tax
  • Other UK tax issues
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